Have a look at the comparison of the two cameras Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV vs. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100, RX100 IV got better resolutions whereas LX100 employs bigger sensor. Let read their major differences.
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV vs. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100 Specification Comparison Table.
Megapixel- Sony RX 100 IV uses 20 MP of resolutions but the sensor is not looking more impressive in-terms of size on the other hand Panasonic LX100 is not made up with better resolution but it managed well 4/3 sensor in comparison to RX 100 IV so theoretically LX100 should capture better images.
Optical zoom- LX100 employs 3.1x optical zoom that allows you to get some how more close look to the subjects than that of the – Sony RX 100 IV that has a option to magnify the subjects only upto 2.9x. SO with LX100 you can do more zoom.
Aperture range- Aperture range of both the cameras is almost same but LX100 get an inch more aperture range means your camera can able to produce natural Bokeh because more light will be in your camera sensor + Big bit sensor size of the LX100.
AF points- The fabulous AF system of LX100 furnished with only contrast detect sensor and the attractive 49 inventive AF points ensures that correct accuracy immediately to the desired subjects will be missed but on the other side 25 AF points of Sony RX 100 IV can’t able to deliver you the accurate focus to the subjects like LX100 do.
ISO- The Panasonic LX100 whose ISO range can be maximized upto 25600 provides us a confident shooting during dim light conditions while you can expand only upto 12800 range of ISO through this Sony RX 100 IV.
Shutter speed– You have a good use of faster shutter speed of the Sony RX 100 IV to capture the subjects moving at the highest acceleration effortlessly that makes this camera a suitable for best sports moment capturing whereas less shutter speed is available in LX100.
Video- Both the camera features 4K recording options, but the RX100M IV 4K continuous video recording time is limited to 5 minutes only on the other hand the LX100 can record continuous 4K videos upto 29 minutes.
Shooting speed- Subjects freezing will be much more quickly without missing any part of the actions of the subjects by utilizing the benefits of 16fps shooting speed included in the Sony RX 100 IV but LX100 offers only 10fps.
Battery- You can collect more number of images through LX100 as the battery is more durable in comparison to RX100 IV.
High ISO Test Between Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV vs. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100
Verdict: We will give more credit to LX100, it got all the chief specifications as well as the image is better as compared to RX100 IV.